PPAWS has animals in need of good homes. They can be abandoned, strays or sometimes, animals that have challenging conditions and who really need dedicated people willing to look after them.
Also, if you cannot adopt any of the animals we often have available at our Clinic, we always need people that are willing to Foster a cat or a dog until such time as a permanent home can be found. If you are interested in being a Foster for us please let us know as we always need new volunteers.
We update our website regularly but to see our most up to date list of dogs available for adoption please visit our clinic or give us a call.
PUPPIES: Our puppies are vaccinated, dewormed, treated for fleas and are tested and certified by our veterinarian immediately before picking up or delivering. Before you leave with your pup we require you to schedule an appt for their spaying. This is a requirement for all of our adopted animals.
Quinn was rescued by an animal lover and PPAWS from Koh Kong. Quinn is a very talkative sweet older lady, looking for a quiet home to retire in. Quinn’s ideal home would have a comfortable outside shelter. Quinn is PPAWS oldest and longest resident
Quinn’s rear legs were amputated for her quality of life, but it doesn’t stop her ruling the playground. Quinn’s condition means she can not choose when she goes to the toilet, but is healthy otherwise.
Bot was rescued by an animal lover from Chopus Wan High School. Bot is an adult dog who has been at PPAWS for a long time, he is gentle and loyal and a very relaxed dog for the less active owner. Bot’s ideal home would have a comfortable outside shelter.
Bot’s condition means he can not choose when he goes to the toilet, but is healthy otherwise.
Skip was rescued from a Pagoda in Phnom Penh where he lived with the Monks, now he is wanting his very own home to hop and slide around in! Skip’s ideal home would have a nice grassy area for Skip to enjoy and roll around on.
Skip’s front legs were deformed at birth and uses his back legs to move around, he is very healthy otherwise.
Jimmy was brought in from a local Pagoda and has fit in perfectly with the other dogs. Jimmy is a bit older, approximately 6 or 7 years old, but is sweet and quiet and would love a nice home to relax in.
Jimmy is, vaccinated and dewormed. Due to an intolerance to anesthetic, Jimmy can not be desexed.
Jake was rescued by an animal welfare group and brought to PPAWS where his badly broken leg has healed and is learning the confidence to be a pet. Jake is a medium size dog and is quite shy.
Jake is desexed vaccinated and dewormed